This original version of the website design went online in October 2008.

 The idea to create our own website originated from discussions within a  group of NMCB 62 Minutemen who met at the East Coast Seabee Reunion in Hampton, Virginia and the All Seabee Reunion in Gulfport, Mississippi. From these discussions two Minuteman, the late Billy Millican,  from North Carolina and Norm Hahn from Wisconsin got together and made it happen.  Billy did the original design and layout of the website and was the first Webmaster.  During that time he was also passing on his website expertise to Norm so that he could assume the website responsibilities after his apprenticeship.  In October 2010 Norm assumed the duties of Webmaster and embarked on a new website design, new visual appearance and better ease of navigation.  He's also the secretary/treasurer. 

The NMCB 62 Alumni Group has a two-part mission.  First, to  try and contact  all  Minutemen, and let them know about our Alumni Group  and  give them the opportunity to add their personal biographies to our database.  Second,  to join our NMCB 62 Alumni Group  and attend our reunions and reconnect with their buddies.     This database will eventually  be preserved  by the Seabee Historical Foundation for future generations.      

 Alumni Group Members are anyone who was ever in NMCB 62, and also those Seabees stationed in Scotland, Ireland or England.   Surviving family members and other invited individuals can  also become Alumni Group Associate Member. We keep our biographies and personal recollections of  NMCB 62 Minutemen (now 2391+ and growing),  in a secure database accessable 24/7  to paid alumni and associate group members. 

We  hold our annual meeting at the Gulfport, Mississippi annual All Seabee Reunion.   Any Minuteman,  family member or interested Seabee can attend the reunion and meeting.  We always take lots of pictures at the reunion and put them in link #2.  

Membership dues are a very reasonable $10 dollars for twelve months.  That's less than three cents a day!   To become an Alumni Member, go to link # 7,  and fill out the membership application.    

This website will always be under construction because we are constantly adding reunion and personal  photos and items we know you want to see.                                                                                                                                                                     

After you have read this page don't forget to sign our guestbook in link # 5 and leave a message for your Minuteman shipmates.   We have a  Facebook page also:  NMCB 62 (no hyphen).  It's our chatroom.  Check it out and ask to join.

                                                                           Norm Hahn, Secretary, Treasurer  

   Updated:  6 February 2021

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